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9 years ago by

You’re gonna think I spent my entire week in Montauk hanging around Ruschmeyer’s. Well, you wouldn’t be far from the truth. It’s the kind of place where you can just plant yourself for hours having coffee with your friends without realizing that the morning has come and gone. You forget to post on your blog… or really the fact computers exist at all. Actually, you even forget when it’s time to go to the beach.

The true definition of vacation come to think of it…

That’s where I had breakfast with Daphne who I met in Paris with Lara (If you’d like, maybe I’ll just tell my entire life story…). Daphné just started a brand that I like tons because they make just simple cotton undies and if you click on the photos, you can see one REALLY up close. What I like even more is the packaging, and if you click again you can see what I’m talking about.

I’ll talk to you again soon about Daphné’s style. She’s got this Nouvelle Vague thing going for her that I just love. In the meantime, you can see her inspiration on her blog. Otherwise, here I am, back in New York, tan, smiling, and well-rested. And totally ready for another vacation.

No but seriously, one week of loafing about just isn’t enough.

Translation : Tim Sullivan

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